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Making LDAP Easy on Linux with phpLDAPadmin

Managing LDAP data doesn't have to be difficult. The phpLDAPadmin project provides a comprehensive Web-based admin tool for easy, accessible administration of your LDAP directory from the comfort of your Web browser.

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Weekend Project: Get to Know Your Source Code with FOSSology

If you work with open source software of any kind — whether at work or as a volunteer — then you understand the importance of license compliance and keeping track of copyright ownership. But as a project grows, those tasks can get tricky, even when everyone is on the same page. That is exactly the problem that led Hewlett Packard (HP) to create FOSSology, an open source tool you can use to analyze a source code tree for this type of metadata and more. This weekend, why not set it up and dig into your source code — you might be surprised at what you find.

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The Five Best Linux Live CDs

Linux is so useful, you don't even need to install it before it gets to work. One of the popular uses of Linux is to create live media that can be used to run desktop systems or to create utility discs for all kinds of administration. Confused about the live CD that's right for you? No worries, we've got the top five live Linux CDs to get you started.

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Using Replication in PostgreSQL 9.0

The recent PostgreSQL 9.0 release offers several significant improvements to PostgreSQL's built-in replication solution. Ready to add replication to your PostgreSQL install? It's easier than you might think.

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A Look at the Linux Foundation Self Assessment Checklist

This week the Linux Foundation has unveiled the Self-Assessment Checklist (SAC) as part of the Open Compliance Program (OCP) announced earlier this year. If your organization is involved in working with open source software, you'll want to take a closer look.

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